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New students arriving at the University and the Faculty, start of the new academic year is near!

16 August 2011

From this week on, the University of Groningen and the Faculty of Economics and Business are welcoming new students for the academic year 2011-2012. The ‘KEI-week’ lasts until Friday 19 August. The FEB will welcome the new economics and business students from Monday 29 August. The festive opening of the FEB academic year is on 8 September.

More information about:

KEI week
KEI week
>  15-19 August: The ‘KEI’ introduction week: www.keiweek.nl



> 29 /30 / 31 August / 1 September: The introduction for new (exchange) students at the Faculty of Economics and Business: www.rug.nl/feb/introduction


> 31 August / 1 September: The university welcoming ceremony for international students



Opening University Academic Year
Opening University Academic Year

> 5 September: Opening Academic Year of the University:

> Thursday 8 September: festive opening of the Academic Year of the Faculty: www.rug.nl/feb/academicyear

Last modified:16 February 2018 12.52 p.m.

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